What Washington Can Learn From Georgia
Over the next two weeks, I'm going to travel across Georgia to meet with individuals who are tackling tough challenges in their communities through self-empowerment, entrepreneurship, and collaboration.
I've witnessed this spirit of ordinary citizens coming together to creatively solve problems and meet enormous challenges through my work over the past twenty-five years as founder of Hands On Atlanta and CEO of Points of Light.
The politicians in Washington, D.C. could learn a lot from the folks I'm meeting all across the state. And I'm sure you've been a part of some tremendous local faith-based, volunteer, or business enterprises that are worth highlighting, too.
Please share your story about some of the great work that's being done in your community. I'd love to hear it!